The congregation and celebrant together:
This original version of her tray has flat handles. Retired 1994
It is curiously reminiscent of the patina apiciana from classical Rome, in which layers of laganum, an early version of lasagna, alternate with layers of chicken, fish, or songbirds.
(Reprinted from the “Christian Commonwealth”.)
257) "Rice is...the protagonist of tummala [timbale], an elaborate casserole from eastern Sicily, which is said to derive its name from that of Mohammad Ibn Thummah, an empire of Catania during the Saracen occupation."
---, Mary Taylor Simeti [Ecco Press:Hopwell NJ]1998 (p.
The celebrant and the congregation together:
to use a knife).
"To make Muffings and Oat-Cakes
To a Buschel of Hertfordshire white Flour, take a Pint and a half of good Ale-yeast, from paleMalt if you can get it, becuase it is whitest; let the Yeast lie in Water all night, the next Day pouroff the Water clear, make two Gallons of Water just Milk warm, not to scald your Yeast, and twoOunces of Salt, mix your Water, Yeast and Salt well toghether for about a quarter of an Hour,then strain it, and mix up your Dough as light as possible, and let it lie in your Trough an Hour torise, then with your Hand roll it, and pull it into little Pieces about as big as a large Walnut, rollthem with your Hand like a Ball, lay them on your Table, and as fast as you do them lay a Piece ofFlannel over them, and be sure to keep your Dough cover'd with Flannel; when you have rolledout all your Dough, begin to bake the first, and by that Time they will be spread out in the rightForm; lay them on your Iron, as one Side begins to change Colour turn the other, and take greatCare they don't burn, or be too much discolour'd; but that you will be a Judge off in two or threeMakings.